Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Worthington Grp LSE:WRN London Ordinary Share GB00B01YQ796 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 87.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.3 -5.3 -42.0 - 11.20

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26/5/2017
09:20
Worthington Group Daily Update: Worthington Grp is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WRN. The last closing price for Worthington Group was 87p.
Worthington Grp has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 87p while the 1 year low share price is currently 87p.
There are currently 12,869,645 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Worthington Grp is £11,196,591.15.
26/5/2017
06:39
philobeddoe: If newco opens low, as expected, then it is HIGHLY LIKELY the share price will increase rapidly from the outset. And the lower newco opens at, the more intense the buying pressure is likely to be. ALL OF THE KEY ORIGINAL ACQUISITIONS remain on track to be completed by newco. And further potential deals are lining up beyond that. Upon completion of the initial acquisitions, newco will have substantial assets, substantial cash and be substantially cash generative. Upon completion of the acquisitions, with a small number of shares in issue looking likely, huge investor interest guaranteed and substantial cash and assets, newco's share price has huge potential to boom. Knowing all of this, if newco opens low, as expected, we are likely to see a buying frenzy upon commencement of trading as investors scramble to snap up cheap shares - make no mistake about it, that WILL happen. Even before the acquisitions complete, it is HIGHLY LIKELY the share price will rise significantly from whatever price it opens at, possibly by HUNDREDS OF PERCENT. If newco were to open at 10p for example, and if, upon completion of the initial acquisitions the share price were to climb and exceed £5, which is perfectly possible, even likely, then that alone would represent an increase of 5000%, a rise from 10p to £10 would see an increase of 10000% Big money is likely to be made by those who buy in at open and hold for the longer term. And upon completion of the acquisitions, the share price has the potential to go much higher. And the share price is likely to continue on an upward trend over time as the company continues to grow and more and more acquisitions are completed. After all these years, Berkshire Hathaway's share price is STILL on an upward trend for example. And that same share price trajectory is likely to happen with newco, ie, a long term uptrend. For these reasons, nobody in their right mind will be selling their gifted shares upon commencement of trading. There will be no mass exodus of shareholders upon commencement of trading. There is no prospect at all of that happening. And time will almost certainly prove that those few who did sell upon commencement of trading will have made a catastrophic investment decision - quite probably the single worst, most poorly judged, most grossly misguided investment decision of their investment lives. One that will likely have cost them the opportunity to make hundreds, if not thousands of percent profit which may have been realised if only they had held on to their shares for longer and had not listened to the trolls and critics.
25/5/2017
22:59
copperwindow93: We know from AE that the key original acquisitions remain very much ready to be completed by newco. We know from Worthington's RNS dated 9/1/2015 that upon successful completion of the acquisitions back then, net asset value, ON A FULLY DILUTED BASIS, was expected to exceed USD $2 Billion (£1500m approx) Even if it were that some of the original deals had now gone, which may or may not be the case, the fact is THE KEY ORIGINAL ACQUISITIONS ARE STILL THERE AND WILL SOON BE COMPLETED BY NEWCO. It is therefore looking possible, even likely, that upon successful completion of it's initial acquisitions, newco may well have a net asset value that represents a significant percentage of Worthington's RNS stated USD $2 Billion. This suggests NAV could (potentially) be IRO perhaps £500m to £1000m+ once all the acquisitions have completed. With huge investor interest likely, a potentially large NAV, substantial cash and substantially cash generative... MCAP is likely to grow at a rapid pace. Within 1-3 years there is every possibility MCAP could reach 25% - 50% of NAV (or more) and that could see an MCAP of around £125m+ to £500m+ relatively quickly following completion of the acquisitions (possibly within a year or so). *IF* approx 25m shares in issue : £125m Mcap ÷ 25m shares = £5 SP £500m+ Mcap ÷ 25m shares = £20+ SP Knowing all of this and bearing all of this in mind, if newco commences trading at a low price, as is expected, let's say 10p - 25p then it is HIGHLY LIKELY we will see HUGE BUYING PRESSURE on open as investors scramble to buy cheap shares that, let's face it, are more or less certain to rise significantly once the acquisitions complete. This alone is likely to cause the share price to boom, possibly by HUNDREDS OF PERCENT and that's even before the acquisitions complete. Time,i suspect, will prove that those who sell their gifted shares upon commencement of trading, at a point in time when the share price will be at it's historic low, will have made the single worst decision of their investment lives and will have missed out on potentially hundreds, if not thousands of percent profit which may have been realised if only they'd been a little more patient, hadn't listened to trolls and had held on to their newco shares for the longer term and not sold.
25/5/2017
17:05
philobeddoe: We know from AE that the key original acquisitions remain very much ready to be completed by newco. We know from Worthington's RNS dated 9/1/2015 that upon successful completion of the acquisitions back then, net asset value, ON A FULLY DILUTED BASIS, was expected to exceed USD $2 Billion (£1500m approx) Even if it were that some of the original deals had now gone, which may or may not be the case, the fact is THE KEY ORIGINAL ACQUISITIONS ARE STILL THERE AND WILL SOON BE COMPLETED BY NEWCO. It is therefore looking possible, even likely, that upon successful completion of it's initial acquisitions, newco may well have a net asset value that represents a significant percentage of Worthington's RNS stated USD $2 Billion. This suggests NAV could (potentially) be IRO perhaps £500m to £1000m+ once all the acquisitions have completed. With huge investor interest likely, a potentially large NAV, substantial cash and substantially cash generative... MCAP is likely to grow at a rapid pace. Within 1-3 years there is every possibility MCAP could reach 25% - 50% of NAV (or more) and that could see an MCAP of around £125m+ to £500m+ relatively quickly following completion of the acquisitions (possibly within a year or so). *IF* approx 25m shares in issue : £125m Mcap ÷ 25m shares = £5 SP £500m+ Mcap ÷ 25m shares = £20+ SP Knowing all of this and bearing all of this in mind, if newco commences trading at a low price, as is expected, let's say 10p - 25p then it is HIGHLY LIKELY we will see HUGE BUYING PRESSURE on open as investors scramble to buy cheap shares that, let's face it, are more or less certain to rise significantly once the acquisitions complete. This alone is likely to cause the share price to boom, possibly by HUNDREDS OF PERCENT and that's even before the acquisitions complete. Time,i suspect, will prove that those who sell their gifted shares upon commencement of trading, at a point in time when the share price will be at it's historic low, will have made the single worst decision of their investment lives and will have missed out on potentially hundreds, if not thousands of percent profit which may have been realised if only they'd been a little more patient, hadn't listened to trolls and had held on to their newco shares for the longer term and not sold.
25/5/2017
05:17
philobeddoe: Upon completion of the acquisitions, if there were to be approx 25m shares in issue, if NAV were on par with Worthington's previous RNS announcement of USD $2 billion (£1500m NAV approx) and assuming MCAP hits 25%-50% of NAV (£375m - £750m MCAP) within the first few years of trading: MCAP £375m ÷ 25m shares = £15 SP MCAP £750m ÷ 25m shares = £30 SP If newco opens with a low share price, as expected, considering where the share price could (and most likely will) go upon completion of the acquisitions, it is very likely we'll see a buying frenzy upon commencement of trading as investors scramble to snap up cheap shares. As a result, the share price is likely to climb rapidly from the opening price. Verdict: STRONG BUY
23/5/2017
22:35
knigel: Of course I want your opinion - tbh you have not tried to ramp new co. (Flagship perhaps)... hopefully some of the questions will be answered soon .. but a new poster coming on here predicting £30 plus does not help - lets keep it factual and real. Hopefully New Co will have regular updates -quarterly reports - audited accounts - independent confirmation of NAV then people like me will be very happy buying. However I repeat - name one company that NAV/share price has doubled on every deal - going way back perhaps Hanson/Traf House saw rapid share price growth with every acquisition. Remember after that famous £5 NAV RNS - Worthington suspended their shares and never came back - so New Co. hopefully has learnt some lessons from this...
20/5/2017
17:08
bbmsionlypostafter: Who was it that did a very similar table of how much shorters were going to lose on CTAG if it went to the absurd heights the rampers were predicting? Was it DavidGreece or Aberdeenman or someone else? Whoever it was he's back. This is so much like that it's impossible to be a coincidence... giantsquid Posts: 595 Off Topic Opinion: Strong Buy Price: 87.00 If share price opened @........ Today 15:50 If share price opened @ 10p £1000 would buy 10,000 shares 10,000 shares X £5 share price = £50K 10,000 shares X £10 share price = £100K £10,000 would buy 100,000 shares 100,000 shares X £5 share price = £500,000 100,000 shares X £10 share price = £1 million If share price opened @ 25p £1000 would buy 4000 shares 4000 shares X £5 share price = £20,000 4000 shares X £10 share price = £40,000 £10,000 would buy 40,000 shares 40,000 shares X £5 share price = £200,000 40,000 shares X £10 share price = £400,000 If share price opened @ 50p £1000 would buy 2000 shares 2000 shares X £5 share price = £10,000 2000 shares X £10 share price = £20,000 £10,000 would buy 20,000 shares 20,000 shares X £5 share price = £100,000 20,000 shares X £10 share price = £200,000 If share price opened @ 75p £1000 would buy 1333 shares 1333 shares X £5 share price = £6665 1333 shares X £10 share price = £13,330 £10,000 would buy 13,333 shares 13,333 shares X £5 share price = £66,666 13,333 shares X £10 share price = £133,330 If share price opened @ £1 £1000 would buy 1000 shares 1000 shares X £5 share price = £5,000 1000 shares X £10 share price = £10,000 £10,000 would buy 10,000 shares 10,000 shares X £5 share price = £50,000 10,000 shares X £10 share price = £100,000
14/2/2017
19:48
copperwindow93: Nemes1s, let's hope you sell up and disappear at first opportunity then, and take gazelle with you. Some of us actually have some manners by the way and appreciate everything Aidan and the BoD are doing for us. Members of WRN provided finance to keep the deals available so they could still be completed, something that wasn't financially easy for them to do, but they did it anyway, and they did it for the ultimate benefit of their shareholders so that we could still partake in the deals - so show some appreciation. Add to this, it has been agreed we are to be gifted a mirrored interest in the newco that will now complete the deals. Which in itself, is an outstanding act of kindness, something they didn't have to do. Again, show some appreciation. Other companies wouldn't have bothered with their shareholders - you'd have received a pittance in the pound, if anything. Instead, the WRN BoD provided finance to keep deals available and a new company has been established that will now complete the deals - and shareholders will receive the same exposure to them that they would have if WRN itself had completed them. The real villains in all of this are those mentioned in the tortious interference report - and yet not a mention of those behind the tortious interference in your post, instead you choose to direct your bile at AE and the BoD ; in my opinion you don't deserve to receive shares in newco. The various legal actions are important and need to happen. Aidan has been good enough to update us that the issuing of shares in newco remains on track - so things are moving not only with the legal cases, but also with newco. I think some of us shareholders are so wrapped up in ourselves, we haven't stopped to think that maybe, just maybe, our BoD haven't exactly had a great time of it either. The vile individuals behind the tortious interference are absolutely 100% responsible for WRN going into liquidation and deserve everything that's coming to them. Meanwhile many of us decent human beings who understand what our BoD have been through, are overjoyed at the prospect of receiving shares in newco. Whilst I've no idea which exchanges newco will be listed on, if there is an intermediate step, possibly OTC, my own strategy will be to hold and wait for a possible main market listing, perhaps NYSE, before I even consider selling a single share. We've waited 2+ years in suspension - trolls, for whatever reason, have long been trying to brainwash shareholders into thinking their shares are worthless. Any shareholder who has allowed these fools to mess with their heads, and who end up selling at first opportunity after waiting all this time - need to ask themselves one question : how will you feel if the share price rockets after you've sold out having waited 2+ years? One thing is certain, the trolls will love you for it.
04/8/2016
13:19
papillon: Some people believe the Earth is flat. Others believe man has never set foot on the Moon. Yet others believe the 9/11 twin towers attack was the work of George W Bush in conjunction with the Jews. Many American voters believe Donald Trump is possessed of many (maybe all) of the qualities necessary to become President of the USA (LOL). No amount of evidence will convince these believers otherwise. Similarly some believe that WRN will return from suspension and the WRN share price will rocket. It's an act of faith; they are believers and no amount of evidence to the contrary will convince them otherwise. I suppose that's why apparently sane, rational, educated, people fall for the very obvious internet scams organised by the many conmen populating the web. Boiler room scams being an obvious example, where people spend tens of thousands of pounds on worthless shares and end up losing all of their money.
03/3/2015
09:09
cautoussid1: as we get closer to trading again , am glad I not one of the shorters caught when wrn went into suspension , especially if WRN share price in the weeks and months after trading moves up to around £20 a share
22/2/2015
00:10
papillon: cautioussid Posts: 16,155 Premium Chat Member Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 87.00 shakeyourbodySat 23:51 also hoping that WRN will be able to RELEASE THE INFORMATION over a number of weeks , and it will be interesting to how much this share price moves up ,when one looks at how many posts are coming in it makes me so pleased that I hold wrn shares >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "makes me so pleased that I hold wrn shares" Sorry sid you're not cautious at all. In fact time will prove you were very reckless to buy WRN shares!! sid? A deluded fantasist like many who post on the lse bb. I'm not trying to knock the WRN share price so it opens lower when it re-lists because I don't believe it will re-list.
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